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Image of Wishing Tree by Wannapa Pimtong-Eubanks, photo by Egon Scheile, OoS2019

DATES:
Saturday August 7, @2pm Peterson Park
Saturday August 14, @2pm Marquette Park
Saturday August 21, @2pm Jackson Park
Saturday August 28, @2pm Garfield Park

LOCATION: stationary locations

PARTICIPATORY EXPERIENCE: CLUTTER

About Wannapa Pimtong-Eubanks:
Wannapa Pimtong-Eubanks is as a *butoh inspired dance performer who creates movement based interactive performances. Her work often stems from a personal experience or a specific memory that grows into a poetic image that she imbues with the memory of the moment. 

For example in 2019 she created an interactive dance performance inspired by a drawing her daughter created who is differently abled. The drawing depicts a tree with red birds. Pimtong Eubanks collaborated with the installation artist, Janet Schmid to create the performance that was produced by Out of Site in 2019 at Wicker Park Arts Fest. 

Wannapa’s venues include Goodman Theatre, Raven Theatre, Chicago Cultural Center, The Athenaeum Theatre, Victory Garden Theatre, MCA, Links Hall, Ruth Page Center for the Arts, Access Living. Elastic Arts, and many more…In 2011, She was selected to be showcasing for Dance/USA showcase 2011 at the Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago. Wannapa has taught Butoh workshops such as Butoh workshop for actors at Collaboraction Theatre Company, Halcyon Theatre, and individuals artists/actors as part of movement coaching. Her recent work including Colective El Pozo Theatre as choreographer/movement coach, Freedom from Freedom To, and Out of Site Chicago. 

“ Big Thank you to Out of Site Chicago for including me in this “OPEN FLOW-August” performance. So excited, and looking forward to sharing my work with you.”

“More of her works, please visit URL: http://wannapa12.wix.com/wannapap-eubanks or https://www.linkedin.com/in/wannapapeubanks

* Butoh is an avant-garde Japanese dance form and informs part of the dance community in Chicago. For more information about Butoh or if you are interested in taking classes please check out Hamlin Park.